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This section provides all related information on consolidated Crown corporations and other entities. Consolidated entities are those which rely on Government funding as their principal source of revenue and are controlled by the Government.

Consolidation involves the combination of the accounts of these corporations and other entities on a line‑by‑line and uniform basis of accounting and elimination of inter‑organizational balances and transactions. Consequently, the corporations and other entities' accounts must be adjusted to the Government's basis of accounting. All corporations and other entities follow either Canadian Public Sector Accounting Standards or International Financial Reporting Standards. The financial information reported by all of the consolidated Crown corporations and other entities in the following summary tables have been prepared and reported based upon Canadian Public Sector Accounting Standards.

Summary Financial Statements of Consolidated Crown Corporations and Other Entities

The following tables display details of the assets, liabilities, revenues and expenses of the consolidated Crown corporations and other entities.

For those corporations and other entities having year ends other than March 31, the data is based on unaudited interim financial statements which have been prepared on a basis consistent with the most recent audited financial statements.

Table 4.1 and Table 4.2 summarize the financial transactions and results of operations as reported by the consolidated Crown corporations and other entities.

Financial assets include cash and cash equivalents, receivables, loans and investments. Financial assets are segregated between third parties and Government, Crown corporations and other entities. The financial assets reported under Government, Crown corporations and other entities represent receivables, loans and investments between related parties. Non‑financial assets represent the unexpensed portion of capital assets, inventories and prepayments such as buildings, machinery and equipment in use or under construction, inventories and other items of expenditure which will be expensed as these assets are used. Liabilities include payables, borrowings and other obligations. Liabilities are segregated between third parties and Government, Crown corporations and other entities. Borrowings from third parties represent long‑term debts payable of the corporations and other entities. Other third party liabilities are amounts due for purchases, pensions and other employee future benefits, various accruals, capital leases and like items. The liabilities reported under Government, Crown corporations and other entities represent payables and borrowings between related parties.

Revenues are segregated between third parties and Government, Crown corporations and other entities. Government, Crown corporations and other entities' revenues are broken down further to identify revenues arising from normal operations and financial assistance received or receivable from the Government in respect of the current year's operations. Expenses are segregated between third parties and Government, Crown corporations and other entities. Equity transactions other than current year's net income or loss are segregated between equity adjustments and other, remeasurement gains and losses and equity transactions with the Government. Equity adjustments and other include prior period adjustments and other miscellaneous items recorded by the corporations and other entities. Remeasurement gains and losses comprise certain unrealized gains and losses on financial instruments that are recognized in the Statement of Remeasurement Gains and Losses, but excluded from the annual surplus (deficit). Upon realization, these gains and losses are included in the annual surplus (deficit). Equity transactions with the Government include dividends declared or transfers of profits to the Government, as well as capital transactions with the Government. The line "Conversion to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes" represents the adjustments required to bring the corporations and other entities' accounting policies in line with those of the Government.

These tables present financial information on consolidated parent Crown corporations and other entities, as well as financial information on wholly‑owned subsidiaries that are considered "deemed parent Crown corporations" and thus consolidated directly in the consolidated financial statements of the Government and excluded from the consolidated financial statements of their parent Crown corporations. The quarterly Inventory of Government of Canada Organizations includes a complete list of all parent Crown corporations, wholly‑owned subsidiaries, other subsidiaries and associates.

Consolidated Crown corporations are also categorized as being either agents or non‑agents of the Crown. Agency status may be expressly stated in the incorporating legislation or conferred under the provisions of the Government Corporations Operation Act. In accordance with section 54 of the Financial Administration Act, the payment of all money borrowed by consolidated agent Crown corporations and interest thereon is a charge on and payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Table 4.3 summarizes such borrowings for the consolidated Crown corporations and the changes for the year ended March 31, 2015. Contingent liabilities of consolidated Crown corporations and other entities are presented in Table 4.4.

A summary of financial assistance under budgetary appropriations to consolidated Crown corporations for the year ended March 31, 2015 is provided in Table 4.5. Differences in figures reported in Table 4.2 and those reported in Table 4.5 result from the use of different accounting policies and from items in transit.

Table Summary

The table presents, in thousands of dollars, the financial position of consolidated Crown corporations and other entities for the current year which ended on March 31. It consists of eight columns: a list of consolidated Crown corporations and other entities; Assets divided into three columns — Financial, sub‑divided into two columns — Third parties, and Government, Crown corporations and other entities, Non‑financial, Total assets; Liabilities divided into three columns — Third parties, sub‑divided into two columns — Borrowings, and Other, Government, Crown corporations and other entities, Total liabilities; Accumulated profits (losses); Contributed surplus; Capital stock; Equity of Canada; and Total liabilities and equity. The first series of rows presents Crown corporations and conversion adjustments to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes. The second series of rows presents other entities and conversion adjustments to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes. A final row presents the total for this table.

(in thousands of dollars)

Table 4.1
Financial Position of Consolidated Crown Corporations and Other Entities—Assets, Liabilities and Equity as at March 31, 2015

Consolidated Crown corporations and other entities Assets Liabilities Accumulated profits (losses) Contributed surplus Capital stock Equity of Canada Total liabilities and equity
Financial Non-financial Total assets Third parties Government, Crown corporations and other entities Total liabilities
Third parties Government, Crown corporations and other entities Borrowings other
Crown corporationsLink to footnote 1                          
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 255,071 28,020 661,212 944,303   6,635,421 614,281 7,249,702 (negative 6,528,162) 207,763 15,000 (negative 6,305,399) 944,303
Canada Council for the Arts 348,270 179 27,130 375,579   83,401 458 83,859 291,720     291,720 375,579
Canada Development Investment Corporation —                          
PPP Canada Inc 1,414,414 908 1,436 1,416,758   3,664 1,407,409 1,411,073 5,685     5,685 1,416,758
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority 83,492 92,072 335,413 510,977   116,568 671 117,239 393,738     393,738 510,977
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 1,119,521 285 1,145,169 2,264,975 381,732 643,614 6,831 1,032,177 1,232,798     1,232,798 2,264,975
Canadian Commercial Corporation 230,904 1,101 2,826,696 3,058,701   3,036,959 1,041 3,038,000 10,701 10,000   20,701 3,058,701
Canadian Dairy Commission 3,534   54,245 57,779 828 38,091 18,860 57,779         57,779
Canadian Museum for Human Rights 10,603 356 340,007 350,966   185,384 158,112 343,496 7,470     7,470 350,966
Canadian Museum of History 57,328 14,167 244,901 316,396   23,533 228,709 252,242 64,154     64,154 316,396
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 14,398 1,205 19,910 35,513   10,069 22,153 32,222 3,291     3,291 35,513
Canadian Museum of Nature 8,724 201 194,957 203,882   37,615 175,059 212,674 (negative 8,792)     (negative 8,792) 203,882
Canadian Race Relations Foundation 28,598 475 51 29,124   770   770 28,354     28,354 29,124
Canadian Tourism Commission 15,550 205 11,544 27,299   10,138 33 10,171 17,128     17,128 27,299
Defence Construction (1951) Limited 39,149 15,173 4,032 58,354   26,718 646 27,364 30,990     30,990 58,354
Enterprise Cape Breton CorporationLink to footnote 2                          
Federal Bridge Corporation Limited, TheLink to footnote 3 44,931 6,005 322,244 373,180 92,930 35,111 11,820 139,861 233,319     233,319 373,180
International Development Research Centre 68,453 6,053 10,559 85,065   56,211 8,329 64,540 20,525     20,525 85,065
Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc. 74,813 14,540 475,201 564,554   119,140   119,140 445,414     445,414 564,554
Marine Atlantic Inc. 135,238   228,752 363,990   100,178 2,766 102,944 261,046     261,046 363,990
National Arts Centre Corporation 13,065 13 55,826 68,904   13,579 57,426 71,005 (negative 2,101)     (negative 2,101) 68,904
National Capital Commission 187,927 3,858 599,215 791,000   142,446 2,775 145,221 645,779     645,779 791,000
National Gallery of Canada 22,699 812 86,433 109,944   10,032 91,811 101,843 8,101     8,101 109,944
National Museum of Science and Technology 9,477 7,614 64,484 81,575   10,508 58,152 68,660 12,915     12,915 81,575
Standards Council of Canada 7,388 1,523 1,867 10,778   4,452 63 4,515 6,263     6,263 10,778
Telefilm Canada 8,714 47,633 4,474 60,821   35,526 122 35,648 25,173     25,173 60,821
VIA Rail Canada Inc. 371,414 30,891 927,730 1,330,035   210,052 894,736 1,104,788 215,947   9,300 225,247 1,330,035
Windsor‑Detroit Bridge AuthorityLink to footnote 4 162 2,783 3,138 6,083   1,153   1,153 4,930     4,930 6,083
Total — Crown corporations 4,573,837 276,072 8,646,626 13,496,535 475,490 11,590,333 3,762,263 15,828,086 (negative 2,573,614) 217,763 24,300 (negative 2,331,551) 13,496,535
Conversion to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes (negative 76,006)   (negative 51,631) (negative 127,637)   (negative 28,901) (negative 3,520,539) (negative 3,549,440) 3,663,866 (negative 217,763) (negative 24,300) 3,421,803 (negative 127,637)
Net Crown corporations on the Government accounting basis 4,497,831 276,072 8,594,995 13,368,898 475,490 11,561,432 241,724 12,278,646 1,090,252     1,090,252 13,368,898
Other entitiesLink to footnote 5                          
Aboriginal Healing FoundationLink to footnote 6                          
Canada Foundation for Innovation 419,683 280,350 4,799 704,832   874 703,958 704,832         704,832
Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology 136,037   929 136,966   844 136,122 136,966         136,966
First Nations Market Housing Fund 296,001 48,373 75 344,449   41,843 302,606 344,449         344,449
St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation 103,902 24,683 17,799 146,384   104,349 9,212 113,561 32,823     32,823 146,384
Capital Fund Trust 2,139 12,685   14,824   2 14,822 14,824         14,824
Employee Termination Benefits Trust Fund 1,343 1,088   2,431   2 2,429 2,431         2,431
Total — Other entities 959,105 367,179 23,602 1,349,886   147,914 1,169,149 1,317,063 32,823     32,823 1,349,886
Conversion to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes (negative 1,464) (negative 1,363)   (negative 2,827)   (negative 2,601) (negative 1,151,597) (negative 1,154,198) 1,151,371     1,151,371 (negative 2,827)
Net other entities on the Government accounting basis 957,641 365,816 23,602 1,347,059   145,313 17,552 162,865 1,184,194     1,184,194 1,347,059
Total 5,455,472 641,888 8,618,597 14,715,957 475,490 11,706,745 259,276 12,441,511 2,274,446     2,274,446 14,715,957
Table Summary

The table presents, in thousands of dollars, the revenues, expenses and other changes in equity of consolidated Crown corporations and other entities for the current year which ended on March 31. It consists of nine columns: a list of consolidated Crown corporations and other entities; Revenues divided into three columns — Third parties, Government, Crown corporations and other entities, sub‑divided into two columns — Financial assistance, and Other, Total; Expenses divided into three columns —  Third parties, Government, Crown corporations and other entities, and Total; Net income (loss); Equity beginning of year; Equity adjustments and other; Remeasurement gains (losses); Equity transactions with the Government divided into two columns — Dividends, and Capital; Equity end of year. The first series of rows presents Crown corporations, conversion adjustments to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes and consolidation adjustments. The second series of rows presents other entities, conversion adjustments to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes and consolidation adjustments. A final row presents the total for this table.

(in thousands of dollars)

Table 4.2
Revenues, Expenses and Other Changes in Equity of Consolidated Crown Corporations and Other Entities for the year ended March 31, 2015

Consolidated Crown corporations and other entities Revenues Expenses Net income (loss) Equity beginning of year Equity adjustments and other Remeasurement gains (losses) Equity transactions with the Government Equity end of year
Third parties Government, Crown corporations and other entities Total Third parties Government, Crown corporations and other entities Total Dividends Capital
Financial assistance Other
Crown corporations                            
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 148,155 241,483 226,178 615,816 757,569 63,446 821,015 (negative 205,199) (negative 6,072,335)       (negative 27,865) (negative 6,305,399)
Canada Council for the Arts 13,189 182,224 737 196,150 193,051 282 193,333 2,817 273,977   14,926     291,720
Canada Development Investment Corporation —                            
PPP Canada Inc 66 35,177 2,021 37,264 36,980 960 37,940 (negative 676) 6,361         5,685
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority 1,474 620,634   622,108 567,295 12,921 580,216 41,892 351,846         393,738
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 652,682 1,038,024 1,206 1,691,912 1,515,910 1,319 1,517,229 174,683 1,058,115         1,232,798
Canadian Commercial Corporation 2,446,994 14,240 18,013 2,479,247 2,468,155 2,900 2,471,055 8,192 12,509         20,701
Canadian Dairy Commission 310,133 3,884   314,017 314,376 946 315,322 (negative 1,305)   1,305        
Canadian Museum for Human Rights 7,289 21,087 7,043 35,419 34,261 3,269 37,530 (negative 2,111) 9,739   (negative 158)     7,470
Canadian Museum of History 15,887 58,581 14,955 89,423 77,269 12,923 90,192 (negative 769) 63,225   1,698     64,154
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 2,436 7,700 1,823 11,959 9,048 2,187 11,235 724 2,470 (negative 224) 321     3,291
Canadian Museum of Nature 8,951 26,150 7,349 42,450 37,329 3,472 40,801 1,649 (negative 10,136) (negative 305)       (negative 8,792)
Canadian Race Relations Foundation 1,804   677 2,481 651 651 1,302 1,179 26,411 (negative 79) 843     28,354
Canadian Tourism Commission 10,174 57,976 319 68,469 59,277 1,207 60,484 7,985 8,961   182     17,128
Defence Construction (1951) Limited 780   82,583 83,363 86,518 128 86,646 (negative 3,283) 34,027   246     30,990
Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation 321 12,384   12,705 9,355 4,625 13,980 (negative 1,275) (negative 351,220) 352,495        
Federal Bridge Corporation Limited, The 17,277 8,410 9,475 35,162 21,869 2 21,871 13,291 80,807 138,584 637     233,319
International Development Research Centre 48,529 190,024 20,293 258,846 251,134 3,786 254,920 3,926 16,599         20,525
Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc. 4,334 246,205   250,539 153,674   153,674 96,865 348,549         445,414
Marine Atlantic Inc. 101,210 136,122   237,332 239,494   239,494 (negative 2,162) 269,891   (negative 6,683)     261,046
National Arts Centre Corporation 28,511 34,376 7,118 70,005 69,078 1,863 70,941 (negative 936) (negative 1,165)         (negative 2,101)
National Capital Commission 26,685 92,446 6,119 125,250 135,543 7,477 143,020 (negative 17,770) 663,549         645,779
National Gallery of Canada 11,723 44,360 6,512 62,595 55,380 6,909 62,289 306 7,795         8,101
National Museum of Science and Technology 5,967 26,766 5,981 38,714 32,461 5,370 37,831 883 12,032         12,915
Standards Council of Canada 7,798 12,890 752 21,440 19,750 672 20,422 1,018 5,245         6,263
Telefilm Canada 22,667 95,454   118,121 110,911 2,293 113,204 4,917 20,256         25,173
VIA Rail Canada Inc. 281,434 324,568 67,624 673,626 593,390 10,646 604,036 69,590 155,657         225,247
Windsor‑Detroit Bridge Authority   8,059   8,059 3,129   3,129 4,930           4,930
Total — Crown corporations 4,176,470 3,539,224 486,778 8,202,472 7,852,857 150,254 8,003,111 199,361 (negative 3,006,835) 491,776 12,012   (negative 27,865) (negative 2,331,551)
Conversion to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes (negative 2,928) 352,593 (negative 127,990) 221,675 (negative 11,286) (negative 40,915) (negative 52,201) 273,876 3,126,292 5,782 (negative 12,012)   27,865 3,421,803
Total on the Government accounting basis 4,173,542 3,891,817 358,788 8,424,147 7,841,571 109,339 7,950,910 473,237 119,457 497,558       1,090,252
Consolidation adjustments 386 (negative 3,891,817) (negative 358,788) (negative 4,250,219) (negative 251,453) (negative 109,339) (negative 360,792) (negative 3,889,427)   3,889,427        
Net amount — Crown corporations 4,173,928     4,173,928 7,590,118   7,590,118 (negative 3,416,190) 119,457 4,386,985       1,090,252
Other entities                            
Aboriginal Healing Foundation 1,873   (negative 373) 1,500 1,500   1,500              
Canada Foundation for Innovation 10,540   393,536 404,076 404,037 39 404,076              
Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology 1,798   68,456 70,254 70,254   70,254              
First Nations Market Housing Fund 10,694   885 11,579 10,694 885 11,579              
St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation 76,151   113,676 189,827 169,542 202 169,744 20,083 12,740         32,823
Capital Fund Trust 31 122,000 (negative 7,781) 114,250 2 114,248 114,250              
Employee Termination Benefits Trust Fund 22     22 2 20 22              
Total — Other entities 101,109 122,000 568,399 791,508 656,031 115,394 771,425 20,083 12,740         32,823
Conversion to the Government accounting basis for consolidation purposes 8,517 173,354 (negative 454,634) (negative 272,763) 2,242 (negative 2,242)   (negative 272,763) 1,424,134         1,151,371
Total on the Government accounting basis 109,626 295,354 113,765 518,745 658,273 113,152 771,425 (negative 252,680) 1,436,874         1,184,194
Consolidation adjustments 9,458 (negative 295,354) (negative 113,765) (negative 399,661) 8,845 (negative 113,152) (negative 104,307) (negative 295,354)   295,354        
Net amount — Other entities 119,084     119,084 667,118   667,118 (negative 548,034) 1,436,874 295,354       1,184,194
Total 4,293,012     4,293,012 8,257,236   8,257,236 (negative 3,964,224) 1,556,331 4,682,339       2,274,446

Borrowings by Consolidated Agent Crown Corporations

Table 4.3 summarizes the borrowing transactions by consolidated agent Crown corporations made on behalf of Her Majesty. This information is published to satisfy section 49 of the Financial Administration Act (FAA) which requires that an annual statement be included in the Public Accounts of Canada. The borrowings are from lenders other than the Government. In accordance with section 54 of the FAA, the payment of all money borrowed by agent Crown corporations and interest thereon is a charge on and payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Such borrowings are consolidated in the summary consolidated financial statements of Canada.

Table Summary

The table presents, in thousands of dollars, the borrowings by consolidated agent Crown corporations. It consists of five columns: a list of consolidated agent Crown corporations; Balance April 1, 2014; Borrowings and other credits; Repayments and other charges; Balance March 31, 2015. A final row presents the total for this table.

(in thousands of dollars)

Table 4.3
Borrowings by Consolidated Agent Crown Corporations

  Balance April 1, 2014 Borrowings and other credits Repayments and other charges Balance March 31, 2015
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 400,754   19,022 381,732
Canadian Dairy Commission 2,515 32,510 34,197 828
Federal Bridge Corporation Limited, The 4,820 88,214 104 92,930
Total 408,089 120,724 53,323 475,490

Contingent Liabilities of Consolidated Crown Corporations and Other Entities

Table 4.4 summarizes the contingent liabilities of the consolidated Crown corporations and other entities. A contingent liability is defined as a potential liability which may become an actual liability when one or more future events occur or fail to occur.

Table Summary

The table presents, in thousands of dollars, the contingent liabilities of consolidated Crown corporations and other entities. It consists of two columns: a list of consolidated Crown corporations and other entities; March 31, 2015. The first series of rows presents agent Crown corporations. The second series of rows presents non-agent Crown corporations. A final row presents the total for this table.

(in thousands of dollars)

Table 4.4
Contingent Liabilities of Consolidated Crown Corporations and Other Entities

  March 31, 2015
Agent Crown corporations  
National Gallery of Canada — Claims and pending and threatened litigation 514
Non‑agent Crown corporations  
Marine Atlantic Inc. — Claims and pending and threatened litigation 550
St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation — Claims and pending and threatened litigation 4,151
St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation — Letters of credit 838
VIA Rail Canada Inc. — Letters of credit 30,881
Total 36,934

Financial Assistance under Budgetary Appropriations to Consolidated Crown Corporations

Table 4.5 summarizes financial assistance under budgetary appropriations for both consolidated agent and non‑agent Crown corporations. It should be read in conjunction with Table 4.2. The purpose for which payments have been made under budgetary appropriations is segregated between: (a) amounts approved through a program expenditures vote; (b) amounts approved through an operating expenditures vote; and (c) amounts approved through a capital expenditures vote.

All amounts reported represent charges to appropriations or authorities approved by Parliament.

Differences in figures reported in Table 4.2 and those reported in Table 4.5 result from the use of different accounting policies and from items in transit.

Table Summary

The table presents, in thousands of dollars, the financial assistance under budgetary appropriations to consolidated Crown corporations for the current year ended March 31. It consists of five columns: a list of consolidated Crown corporations; Program expenditures vote; Operating expenditures vote; Capital expenditures vote; and Financial assistance under budgetary appropriations. The first series of rows presents the agent Crown corporations. The second series of rows presents the non‑agent Crown corporations. A final row presents the total for this table.

(in thousands of dollars)

Table 4.5
Financial Assistance under Budgetary Appropriations to Consolidated Crown Corporations for the year ended March 31, 2015

  Program expenditures vote Operating expenditures vote Capital expenditures vote Financial assistance under budgetary appropriations Link to footnote 7
Agent Crown corporations        
Atomic Energy of Canada LimitedLink to footnote 8 326,743     326,743
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority 623,897     623,897
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation   929,284 108,740 1,038,024
Canadian Commercial Corporation 14,240     14,240
Canadian Dairy Commission 3,884     3,884
Canadian Museum for Human Rights 21,700     21,700
Canadian Museum of History 68,924     68,924
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 9,900     9,900
Canadian Museum of Nature 26,277     26,277
Canadian Tourism Commission 57,976     57,976
Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation 9,866     9,866
Federal Bridge Corporation Limited, The 8,138     8,138
Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc. 244,958     244,958
National Capital Commission   68,781 23,665 92,446
National Gallery of Canada   36,308 8,000 44,308
National Museum of Science and Technology 33,370     33,370
Telefilm Canada 95,454     95,454
Total — Agent Crown corporations 1,545,327 1,034,373 140,405 2,720,105
Non‑agent Crown corporations        
Canada Council for the Arts 182,224     182,224
International Development Research Centre 190,024     190,024
Marine Atlantic Inc. 127,484     127,484
National Arts Centre Corporation 35,321     35,321
PPP Canada Inc 209,500     209,500
Standards Council of Canada 12,890     12,890
VIA Rail Canada Inc. 406,210     406,210
Windsor‑Detroit Bridge Authority 8,059     8,059
Total — Non‑agent Crown corporations 1,171,712     1,171,712
Total 2,717,039 1,034,373 140,405 3,891,817

Footnotes

Footnote 1

All Crown corporations listed at the margin in this table are parent Crown corporations.

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Footnote 2

Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation was dissolved on June 19, 2014 as part of Bill C-31. The operation of Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation has been transferred to both Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and Public Works and Government Services Canada.

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Footnote 3

The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited is a new entity resulting from the amalgamations under the Canada Business Corporations Act of the legacy The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited (the "legacy FBCL"), a parent Crown corporation with its subsidiary, St.Mary's River Bridge Company (SMRBC) on January 27, 2015 and with another parent Crown corporation Blue Water Bridge Authority (BWBA) on February 1, 2015, in accordance with the authorities provided by the Economic Action Plan 2013 Act, No.2, as amended by the Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No.2. BWBA was accounted for as an enterprise Crown corporation presented in Section 9 of this Volume up until the date of the amalgamation. The activity within the current year for the new entity, the legacy FBCL and SMRBC are presented in this Section.

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Footnote 4

The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority became a parent Crown corporation by issuance of the order in council 2012–1350. The operation of Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority has officially started during fiscal year 2014–2015.

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Footnote 5

These entities, which are not Crown corporations or agents of the Crown, are considered other consolidated entities.

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Footnote 6

The Aboriginal Healing Foundation was dissolved on September 30, 2014.

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Footnote 7

Excludes grants and contributions paid to agent and non-agent consolidated Crown corporations where they qualify as members of a general class of recipients.

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Footnote 8

The financial assistance under budgetary appropriations does not include an amount of $188,459,000 received by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited for Decommissioning Funding. This amount has been presented as Other Revenues from Government, Crown corporations and other entities in table 4.2.

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